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GLIDER POLARIZED LENS

Glider tri-actate cellulose (TAC) polarized lenses are crafted by professional polarized filter manufacturers. Each lens comprises six layers of protection that are technically advanced to eliminate harmful rays caused by the sun.

POLARIZED VS NON-POLARIZED

Exposure to ultraviolet rays can lead to premature ageing of the crystaline lens and cornea of the eye as well as the development of cataracts and conjunctivitis. It can damage the essential part of the retina and cause blurred vision.

With Glider, Always Polarized sunglasses, you can forget about the reflection which blind and irritate the eye, causing redness and discomfort. Glider polarized lenses have been treated to allow light to be filtered through an extremely thin film of dichroic crystals, which eliminate and reduce glare relfected off horizontal surfaces eg. water, snow, roads, sands etc.

POLARIZED VS NON-POLARIZED polarized PolarizedLens
POLARIZED VS NON-POLARIZED non-polarized non-PolarizedLens

THE SIX LAYERS OF PROTECTION

THE SIX LAYERS OF PROTECTION

1PROTECTIVE FILM Outstanding Scratch Resistance

2UV 400 TAC Complete UV Protection

3TAC Superior Lamination Quality

4PVA High Visual Acuity

5TAC Great Shape and Colour Stability

6PROTECTIVE FILM Outstanding Scratch Resistance

Outstanding Scratch Resistance

The TAC super hard coat is applied as an additional layer (of the lens) thus making the lens more scratch resistant than moulded lenses which prolongs the product life span.

Complete UV Protection

TAC lenses block all ultraviolet (A, B and C) light and meet all the international optic standards.

Superior Lamination Quality

TAC lenses can withstand high temperatures and humidity without losing its original shape.

High Visual Acuity

TAC lenses with dyed PVA can complement the transmittal of red light in dark environments to enhance acute vision, making it perfect for all weather conditions.

Great shape and colour stability

TAC lenses avoid shrinkage problems and make lenses stay firm in the frame. The lens colouring processes are different from the traditional methods to avoid colour difference and fading problems.

Outstanding Scratch Resistance

The TAC super hard coat is applied as an additional layer (of the lens) thus making the lens more scratch resistant than moulded lenses which prolongs the product life span.

Lens

Colour

Guide

Green

Green

Ideal for bright light conditions. Most preferred lens for hiking and other outdoors activity.

Brown

Brown

Eliminates horizontal glare. Gives visual clarity. Ideal for water sports eg. fishing, skiing, kayak,& boarding.

Grey

Grey

Reduces overall amount of glare. Least colour distortion. Best all purpose lens. Ideal for driving and general use.

Smoke Gradient

Smoke Gradient

Can be used indoor, and ideal for grey surfaces like roads (driving and cycling).

Colour Mirror

Colour Mirror

Full mirror lens, Improves contrast and reflects glare. Water repellent coating.

Yellow

Yellow

Light enhancing lens. Provides depth perception. Ideal for overcast darker conditions.